Anyone that has experienced hydroplaning will attest that it is a frightening experience. It happens when your car's tires lose traction with the road and the car skids, resulting in a loss of steering and power. Matt Burne Honda offers these tips to help you avoid hydroplaning.

When driving on wet roadways, try to remain in the path created by vehicles in front of you. Those cars have already helped to displace standing water. You should also plan your routes in advance and choose the ones that are more heavily traveled. The best thing you can do in poor driving conditions caused by wet weather is to reduce your speed. Slower speeds mean more time to react to hydroplaning and less chance of a collision.

You are cordially invited to our dealership here in Scranton where we can help you with your next service appointment. Our trained staff is able to service all makes and models.


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